Spring sports are underway at T. C. Williams High School. The lineup of sports includes baseball, crew, lacrosse, rugby, soccer, softball, tennis, and track & field. Most of the teams are in action this week (March 20-26). Check back for schedule updates in case of inclement weather. [UPDATED]
Spring sports are just getting started at T. C. Williams High School. The lineup of sports includes baseball, crew, lacrosse, rugby, soccer, softball, tennis, and track & field. Most of the teams are in action this week (March 13-19). Check back for schedule updates in case of inclement weather. [UPDATED]
Bishop Ireton’s nationally ranked girls’ lacrosse team opens its 18-game regular season with five games in eight days. The road to the playoffs starts on Monday, March 13, when the Cardinals take on Bryn Mawr (MD) at 5:30 p.m. at Fannon Field on Cambridge Road in Alexandria.
Alexandria’s Noah Lyles captured the national title at 300 meters at the USA Track & Field Indoor Championships in Albuquerque on March 4. He also set a new world record with his time of 31.87 seconds, breaking the previous record of 31.88 set in 2006.
T. C. Williams High School track and field athletes competed in the 6A State Championship in Hampton on Feb. 24-25. Sixteen T. C. athletes qualified for individual events. Titans also competed in three relay events. Seven Titans earned All-State honors.
The back-to-back defending national champion D.C. Divas announced their 2017 schedule today, embracing what is perennially ranked as one of the toughest schedules in all of women’s football. The Divas also announced a partnership with Robert E. Lee High School in Springfield, Virginia, to host their home games for the 2017 season.
Last May Bishop Ireton won their second Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title in three years; advanced to their third-straight Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association state championship game; and finished the 2016 season with a 20-4 record — their third-straight, 20-win season.